Thought For Today

Monday, April 5, 2010

Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the Air

Spring is in the air
Anticipations are high
Covering what's bare

Wait and see's the phrase
So many colors to grow
It will sure amaze.

Look around and see
All the wonders of the earth
What will nature be

See the clouds up high
See the funny shapes they make
Watch the clouds go by

Playing Peek-a-boo
Young sprouts poking up their heads
Raindrops touch the ground

Watch the tree limbs blow
Listen to their gentle song
Blooming such a show

Look at waterfalls
Dancing over rocks and stones
Listen: Nature calls

Birds sing happily
Having fun as they do fly
Soaring easily

Winter says good night
Traveling round the world to grace
With its snow so white

Seasons chase the globe
Enjoy each while it is here
Spring now spreads her robe

a haiku written with Love and Light,
by Nina Pauline


Clytie said...

Oh Nina - this is beautiful. I can see the slow unfurling of spring.

Bless you this day, my friend.

Anonymous said...

Certainly brings spring to mind - though it's definitely autumn here :-(

Beth Niquette said...

Ooooh! Nina they are beautiful. What a wonderful thing, to see Spring through your eyes!

AutumnLeaves said...

For some reason, this poem reminded me of myself and the joy I take in nature and the changing of the seasons. Lovely words and thoughts, Nina, as always. Love the gorgeous springtime photos as well!

Tammie Lee said...

such a lovely spring poem.
I love: seasons chase the globe
your photos are so lovely~

Anonymous said...

Such vibrant words full of hope, richness, the photos too:)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Spring IS in the air, Nina...

I did go in and registered --and VOTED for you.... Hope you win!!!! You SHOULD.


Nina P. said...

Oh the sweet smells and sounds of Spring... They do bring smiles! Thank you all for your well wishes, votes and continued support. You are cared about and loved more than you know. Blessings to you all. Love and Light, Nina P

Granny Annie said...

and Spring wears such a delicate and sheer robe that feels enlightening to the touch

Nina, you are truly something!

Laura Hegfield said...

I seem to have developed tendonitis or some kind of over use injury in my left wrist and hand...making typing painful for I might not be blogging as much for a while... this includes commenting on your amazingly inspiring blog-and this is soooooo hard for me. (this is kind of a form message I've typed and am copying and pasting at all my favorite blog hangouts. Sorry it must seem completely random in relation to your post) I can still read your posts- I will be present to you in a quiet way-reading and viewing your words and images, and leaving a simple ☺
to let you know I have dropped by and am thinking about you.

Gentle steps,

Sniffles and Smiles said...

Such a beautiful Haiku!!! You are so terrific...I especially love "Playing Peek-a-boo
Young sprouts poking up their heads..." It captures the sense of spring so plays peek-a-boo with us...fluctuating temperatures, sunshine and rain...and of course the emerging sprouts! Loved this! ~Janine XO

Silver said...

Nina.. how is it that you can just write so beautifully and so effortlessly? I struggled so often just to make past the second line... and then..neante.


septembermom said...

Gorgeous haikus. Thank you for sharing your "spring love" with us :)

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